Madi Jahangir – The big bowl of Ash on the breakfast table is a dish made of different herbs and beans. The […]
Ayd Instone *- Last week I was walking through the streets of Tehran. There was a turquoise domed temple behind me and a large snow […]
Persian is the official language of multi lingual Iran and every Iranian speaks it beside his/her mother tongue. Even though Persian borrows […]
Cycling from Shiraz to Yazd takes you past some of the finest archaeological sites in Iran, if not the entire Middle East.
If you can get a visa, it’s relatively straightforward to travel from London to Iran overland by train, using the weekly ‘Trans-Asia […]